A UK 2:1 honours degree, or its international equivalent, in English literature or a relevant discipline
Nation, Writing, Culture
Months of entry
This programme offers students an introduction to the study of the ways in which writing in English has shaped or mediated political identities in England, Scotland and Ireland.
This programme introduces you to the relationship between literary writing and political and social discourse in Britain and Ireland between the ‘Glorious Revolution’ of 1688 and the end of the 19th century. This is the period of the creation of the Britain in which we live today, and also the time in which ancient British, Scottish and Irish national cultures were conceptualised as a response to radical literary, social and political innovations.
In examining the role of literary writing in this period, you will evaluate the ways in which it changed in response to social and political developments. You will also explore how Romantic conceptions of history, society and the aesthetic are developed and questioned during the course of the 19th century
Information for international students
To find out about the support offered to International Students at Edinburgh from arrival to graduation visit: http://wwww.ed.ac.uk/studying/international.
Fees and funding
Visit our Scholarships and Student Finance Office at www.scholarships.ed.ac.uk for information about funding opportunities.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Programme Administrator
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